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Gift Giving

Gift Giving

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As a heathen, Hrafnarfjallian, and/or human being, the cycle of gift-giving is a time-honored tradition that builds trust, respect, loyalty, credibility, and value between parties of a mutual relationship. We often think of gift-giving as relegated to holidays: Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries. We also
On The Concept Of Frith

On The Concept Of Frith

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Ask anyone what Frith means. You’ll get a different answer, because it has different meanings. Generally, the term Frith conjures up ideas of “Peace and Freedom”, “Friendship”, “An intangible power that connects people”, or even “pine wood forest”. Like any language translation, we often are
Beautiful Ostara

Beautiful Ostara

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The Spring, a beautiful time of regeneration and new beginnings, it is a time of balance and equilibrium. The Spring Equinox is one of the four major season changes of the year and like the other three it has many lessons and much wisdom to
The Ironwood Warriors

The Ironwood Warriors

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Deep within the Heart of Jötunheim, which is what the Jötunfolk call it, is a forest where magick surges. It pulses in the ground like radiation and creates bizarres forms among the trees. Some deep power emanates from it and all Jötnar born there are
Divine Medicine: Cacao

Divine Medicine: Cacao

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Disirblot may have already passed this month but there is still ample opportunity to connect with the female goddesses. The blot’s Americanish counterpart is Valentine’s Day; cue images of cheap chocolate and foil printed cards. I used to buy into the commercial hype, so I
The Festival of Love

The Festival of Love

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Love is one of the most transcending experiences one could have. It’s vibration and energy runs through the entire cosmos, and touches each being, one way or another. The month of February is considered the month of love in many different cultures spanning across the